Review of “Wild Ireland: The Edge of the World” (2017)

Moving picture, 57 minutes

Seen in 2017.

Seen in Swedish adaptation by SVT as Världens natur: Irland.

The west coast of Ireland, including bird life in the abandoned early-medieval monastery of Skellig Michael. Although it is less westerly than Tearaght, Iceland or Africa, its founders considered it the end of the Abrahamic god’s creation, closest to the sunset, bordered only by the Atlantic void.

A beautiful nature film made in the old school, without people on camera. Couldn’t find it on IMDb; SVT itself claimed the original is from 2015 but its credits say 2017.

moving picture non-fiction nature